Affordable Alcohol and Drug Rehab Clinic Near the West Midlands

Drugs and alcohol abuse doesn’t just affect you. Addiction affects the lives of everyone who is close to you, your job, mental health, and overall emotional well-being. If you find that you suffer withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to quit your addiction, it’s time to seek professional help.

Addiction is a powerful disease, and it’s okay to admit that you need the help of addiction specialists to understand why you abuse drugs and learn how to overcome the habit. A rehab centre is a therapeutic environment that helps you get clean from an addictive substance, and develop coping skills to prevent relapse. If you can’t afford private rehab, there are NHS and free options listed here that can help you started on your recovery journey.

Overview of the Services Offered at Oasis Recovery Runcorn

Oasis Recovery is a large therapeutic community made up of 22 bedrooms, that can accommodate up to 34 patients at any time. The rooms are standard and furnishings are comfortable, to ensure you have all you need whilst in treatment for your addiction. Our large, spacious rehab centre is located in Runcorn town, so you don’t feel isolated from society. Once you’re physically stabilised, we encourage patients to visit the local gym and swimming pool, as part of physical and mental rehabilitation.

We are one of the few UK rehabs that treat eating disorders and other addictions in young people aged 16-18 years old. We treat several mental disorders, addictions, and co-occurring disorders such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, codependency, codeine addiction, OCD, PTSD, opiate dependence, benzodiazepine addiction, cocaine addiction, and more. Therapy techniques include:

  • 12-step programmes
  • Nutrition therapy
  • Fitness therapy
  • Holistic therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Group therapy
  • Individual counselling
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and many more.

The distance from Runcorn to the West Midlands is roughly two hours if you’re driving. We offer a sober transport service that can take you from the West Midlands to Runcorn for rehab, and take you home after you’re discharged.
Call us today for treatment options.

The Pros and Cons of Private Rehab

The Pros
Treatment plans are tailored to fit the addiction needs of the patient. Assessment and intake are comprehensive, to ensure you are treated in every aspect. Many rehab centres include a range of diverse therapies and specialised options to accommodate certain groups, such as pregnant women and LGBT members.
Patients at a private rehab enjoy more amenities than those undertaking a public programme. You’re more comfortable, relaxed, and enjoy greater access to addiction specialists, because the staff-to-patient ratio is higher at a private rehab than in a government programme.

The Cons
Even though your health is your greatest investment, you still have to be able to pay back any loans you took our to receive treatment. The cost of rehab might be too expensive if you don’t have insurance or a grant to reduce the burden of payment.

How Much Does Rehab Cost in the West Midlands?

The price of rehab is usually dependent on several factors, such as the size of the programme, type of facility, duration of treatment, amenities on offer, the speciality of staff, and the number of treatments provided. Rehab centres that offer more alternative therapies and amenities, such as fine dining, private rooms, massage therapy, and an in-house swimming pool, will cost more. The average price of rehab plus detox is £5,000-£7,000 for the first month. From the second month, some rehabs offer a discount, to encourage patients to choose longer-term rehab stays that increase their chances of maintaining long-term abstinence. Luxury/executive rehab programmes cost up to £10,000 a week, because of the comfort and amenities patients enjoy there.

Free/NHS Addiction Treatment Options in the West Midlands

Iris Sandwell: This is a drug and alcohol service for adults living in Sandwell. They also provide support for carers and family members affected by another person’s drug/alcohol use.
Services include rapid addiction treatment, advice & information, needle exchange, peer support, comprehensive assessment and referral, support groups, BBV testing, detoxification, Hepatitis C treatment and support, one-on-one individual support, training, music and art therapy, housing support, SMART Recovery, aftercare groups, and more.
Address: Alberta Building, 128B Oldbury Road, Smethwick
Phone no: 01215531333
Solihull Integrated Addiction Service (north): SIAS offers a range of services for individuals who have problems with addiction, including behavioural addiction and physical addiction. Services are limited to residents of Solihull who wish to access support and treatment offered by SIAS. A member of the SIAS treatment team makes an assessment of your addiction needs over the phone, but you will get a more comprehensive assessment if you visit in person.
Services include one-on-one support, drop-in-services, group support, high-quality training courses, referral for detox, support for harm reduction, structured daycare, employment support, recovery clinic, housing, debt management, benefits and support for other lifestyle issues.
Address: Middlewood House, 15 Larch Croft, Chelmsley Wood
Phone no: 01213014141
Young People’s Health Advice for Smoking and Alcohol: The team provides advice & information about alcohol and smoking, education packages, lesson plans and resources to teachers, signposting, drug and alcohol training for school staff. They work with other agencies to provide joint information on alcohol and smoking.
Address: Darlaston Health Centre, Pinfold Street, Walsall
Phone no: 01215684367
Birmingham Irish: This charity provides welfare advice, information service, family support, support for alcohol/drug abuse, pension advice, and general information. Their objective is to provide support for people with primary/combined Irish heritage who need help quitting their addiction.
Address: St Anne’s Parish Centre, Alcester Street, Birmingham
Phone no: 01216046111

Addiction Support Groups in the West Midlands

Kikit Pathways to recovery: This is a BME specialist drug and alcohol service that offers multilingual advice and flexible support. The community-based treatment is holistic and designed to cater to the needs of the service user. Support services include drug testing, individual counselling, drop-in service, needle exchange, assessment for an addiction problem, outreach services, drug awareness workshops, alternative therapies, harm reduction, screening and vaccination against Hepatitis B, support groups, and more.
Address: 153 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham
Phone no: 01214483883
Aquarius Relatives Group: This group is for partners, parents, friends and family members affected by a loved one’s drug/alcohol abuse. It is a warm, non-judgmental environment where you can gain support and strength from others who’ve been through similar struggles. You learn from the experiences of others, and share your story. Group meetings are led by a practitioner from Aquarius.
Address 236 Bristol Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Phone no: 01214140888
SMART Recovery Birmingham: The goal of SMART Recovery is to help members quit any behavioural or physical addictions they are struggling with. They use science-backed findings to help members. SMART Recovery doesn’t see themselves as helpless, but focuses on the power of choice and ability to make the positive changes that lead to abstinence.
Address: 36 Holloway Circus, Birmingham
Phone no: 07947144126

How to Choose a Recovery Programme

The rehab centre you choose to receive treatment at can either lead to success or failure for your treatment efforts. So, it is important that you consider all factors, and make this decision with the help a loved one, to ensure you’ve made the right choice. UK rehabs and addiction treatment centres require certification from the Quality Care Commission to treat any addictions. That’s the first criteria to tick off your list.

Ask rehab centres about their staff. The quality and experience of all staff should be top-notch. It’s the difference between mediocre treatment and excellent care that yields results. Doctors, counsellors, and therapist should be licensed to treat your addiction and cater to your specific treatment needs.

The cost of treatment is another factor to consider. The best rehab centres have found the balance between affordable treatment while still providing high quality. Compare prices between the rehabs of your choice, and choose one with a high rating and competitive price. You should also look into other features, such as the location of the rehab, number of therapies used in treatment, and type of facility.

NA Meetings in/near the West Midlands

Dudley
Switch, 1 Castle Street
Sunday 9;30 am

Birmingham
Summerhill House, 16-21 Summerhill Terrace, Ladywood
Sunday 11:00 am

South Yardley Methodist Church, Broadyates Road, Yardley
Monday 7:30 pm

8 Allcock Street
Friday 2:00 pm

St Michael’s & All Angels Church, 96 Romsley Road, Bartley Green
Saturday 12:30 pm

Solihull
The Columban Fathers – Blythe Hall (Conference Room), Widney Manor Road, Knowle
Tuesday 7:30 pm

Whar Hall Community Centre, Whar Hall Road
Wednesday 7:30 pm

Halesowen
Life Central Church, Little Cornbow Road, Halesowen
Tuesday 7:30 pm

Small Heath
All Saints Church 172 Herbert Road
Wednesday 11:15 am

Reach out Recovery, Scala House, 30 Holloway Circus
Wednesday 6:00 pm

Smethwick
iRiS Sandwell, Alberta Building, 128b Oldbury Road
Wednesday 6:00 pm

Walsall
St Matthews Centre, St Matthew’s Close, Churchill
Monday 7:30 pm

AA meetings in/near the West Midlands

Birmingham
St Michael’s Church, Rowlands Road, South Yardley
Saturday 7:00 pm
Saturday 8:30 pm

United Reformed Church, Coleshill Road, Hodge Hill
Friday 8:00 pm

Nechells Parkway
St Vincent’s RC Church, Francis Street
Monday at noon
Friday at noon
Sunday 7:00 pm

St Joseph’s RC Church, Thimble Mill Lane
Wednesday at noon

Queensway
St Chad’s RC Cathedral, St Chad
Friday 8:00 pm

Chelmsley Wood
The Fordbridge Centre, Nineacres Drive, off Bosworth Drive
Tuesday 8:00 pm

Kings Heath
New Life Baptist Church, 80 High Street
Sunday 3:00 pm

Edgbaston
Walker Hall, Ampton, Road
Tuesday 7:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am

9 Lyttleton Road, off St Augustines Road
Thursday 7:30 pm

Solihull
Lyndon Methodist Church, Lyndon Road
Tuesday 8:00 pm

St Augustine’s RC Church, Herbert Road, Town Centre
Monday 8:00 pm

Sparkbrook
185 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook
Monday 11:30 am

Addiction Counselling in/near the West Midlands

Swanswell Alcohol Service: This is a service based in Swanswell that helps people make positive changes, with the goal of quitting alcohol and drug abuse. Services include outreach services, support for carers and family members, individual counselling, brief intervention, direct advice, assessment for a referral to community-based detox services, relapse prevention planning, telephone interventions, drop-in service, and Polish/Punjabi literature.
Address: Alberta Building, 128B Oldbury Road, Smethwick
Phone no: 01215531333

CGL- Park House Inpatient Treatment Service: This is an in-patient treatment centre that provides customised residential detox and inpatient rehabilitation. If you’re not a resident of Birmingham, charges apply. The 18-bed unit is staffed by some of the best addiction specialists available, including specialist nurses, healthcare assistants, doctors, drug counsellors, and group work specialists. They treat addiction to benzodiazepines, opiates, alcohol, legal highs, cocaine, and other addictive substances.
Address: 15 Park Road, South Hockley, Birmingham
Phone no: 01215235940

Local Govt Addiction Resources in the West Midlands

T3 Walsall Young Person’s Substance Misuse Service: T3 is a free and confidential service for individuals aged 10-19 that live in Walsall, and are experiencing problems with drug and alcohol. Services include clinical assessment, harm reduction, open access, brief intervention, clinical assessment, community detox, community prescribing, needle exchange programme, community support, sexual health advice, group work, BBV screening, and more.
Address: 21 Jervis Court, Dog Kennel Lane, Walsall
Phone no: 01922637505

DECCA Sandwell: The Drug Education, Counselling and Confidential Advice provides support for young people who have issues with drugs and alcohol in Sandwell. They work with young people, aged 19 and under, to help them quit substance abuse. Call DECCA’s treatment line and one of their counsellors will give you advice about drinking/drugs.
Address: Unity Walk, Owen Street, Tipton
Phone no: 01215692201

How Can I Get To and From the West Midlands?

If you’re travelling from Birmingham to Runcorn for rehab, the fastest route is via the M6 and the journey takes roughly two hours. Follow the M6 to Chester Road in Halton, and take exit 11 from the M56. Continue on Chester road to the M558 and link to B5155 in Runcorn.

If you’re coming in from London, the fastest route is to travel by train. The journey takes one hour and 38 minutes. Several trains leave from King’s Cross throughout the day, and ticket prices start from £26. You can enjoy a 43% discount if you book in advance. Popular train operators include Hull Trains and Virgin Trains East Coast.
Getting around Birmingham, Solihull, and the rest of the West Midlands is easy with a good network of trains, taxis, buses, coaches, and canals. It’s not recommended to travel by car in Birmingham as the city is very busy. Public transport is your best bet. Buses depart from various points in the city. Network West Midlands has all fare information available and online timetables.

Solihull town centre is small so you can get around easily on foot. The bus network is well integrated with tram and train travel throughout the West Midlands. Sandwell is well connected by rail, with ten railway stations along the Birmingham loop of Birmingham to Worcester, and the West Coast mainline. Popular bus operators include Arriva, Banga Travel, Claribel coaches, and Central Buses.

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    Runcorn, Cheshire,
    WA7 1BY
    United Kingdom
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